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I am pretty sure he knew his rights before he was read Miranda. His not talking probably has more to do with his attorney then him.

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BS I would get them here anyway I could to interrogate them. They may not be involved, but then they may.

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It's way better than a judge releasing him on the grounds that he was held without charge or some other procedural fuckup.

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Isn't that special. Junior stopped talking ever since he was given his Miranda rights!

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thats weird.why would the terrorist parants agreed to be involed in the investagation.who is going to pay for their trip here,why are they being brought here.........BS

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Washington Post By Greg Miller and Sari Horwitz, Updated: Wednesday, April 24, 5:08 PM

The CIA asked the main U.S. counterterrorism agency to add the name of one of the suspected Boston Marathon bombers to a watch list more than a year before the attack, according to U.S. officials.

The agency took the step after Russian authorities contacted officials there in the fall of 2011 and raised concerns that Tamerlan Tsarnaev — who was killed last week in a confrontation with police — was seen as an increasingly radical Islamist and could be planning to travel overseas. The CIA requested that his name be put on a database maintained by the National Counterterrorism Center.

That database, the Terrorist Identities Datamart Environment, or TIDE, is a data storehouse that feeds a series of government watch lists, including the FBI’s main Terrorist Screening Database and the Transportation Security Administration’s “no-fly” list.

Officials said Tsarnaev’s name was added to the database but it’s unclear which agency added it.

The CIA’s request came months after the FBI had closed a preliminary inquiry into Tsarnaev after getting a similar inquiry about him from Russian state security, according to officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter.

The new disclosure suggests that the U.S. government may have had more reason than previously known to scrutinize Tsarnaev in the months leading up to the bombings in Boston.

Law enforcement officials said that the request to the FBI in 2011 originated from fears by the Russian government that Tamerlan was a threat to Russia and would commit a terrorist act in Russia -- not the United States. The request came from Russian federal police to the U.S. Embassy in Moscow.

“There was a concern he might have some kind of ties to terrorism,” said FBI spokesman Paul Bresson. “We did everything legally that we could do with the little bit of information we had. After we did, we found no derogatory information.”

The FBI gets hundreds of similar requests a year from foreign governments, said a law enforcement official. The findings were reported back to Russia and Russian authorities were asked if they had any more information for the United States to investigate about Tamerlan and they did not.

“They were satisfied,” said the official. “We had checked on their information. And no further information was provided.”

In Russia, meanwhile, representatives of the U.S. Embassy in Moscow were in Dagestan to interview the parents of the Tsarnaev brothers, an embassy official said in an e-mail. The mother was interviewed Tuesday by Russian security officials, according to one of her representatives, but the father was ill and remained at home.

A police source in Makhachkala, the capital of the Dagestan region that borders Chechnya, the homeland of the Tsarnaev family, told the RIA Novosti agency that the parents told U.S. officials they would go to the United States soon.

“During the talks it was decided to take the Tsarnaev parents to the United States. The parents have given their consent to this, they will be involved in the U.S. investigation,” the source told RIA Novosti.

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Lol, no particular words are necessary to summon him. We've seen that even mention of bimbos or chocolate bunnies has been enough of an entry point for him to repeat his song and dance.

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Not just him, but the whiny lazy, petulant one too! ;)

It's a competition between the two!

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I didn't "take the time" to look it up Robert. I read the first bit of an article that was a screaming headline.

What I said was that I expect others to bring it up, and I don't care.

If you think I am trying to pull a fast one on you, I can't help you there.

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"Fun, you were wrong ;)"

Not the first time, nor the last. Usually the mere mention of the word "welfare" brings him running, like BeetleJuice.

He's prolly just depressed about his crawfish business. Mud bug prices are at rock bottom down here. Or maybe that's good for his business and he doesn't have any spare time. IDK.

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